Tricks With Dollar Bills: Another Way to Make Your Money Disappear

Tricks With Dollar Bills: Another Way to Make Your Money Disappear

by Robert Mandelberg
     
 

Got a dollar? Then you’ve got all it takes to astound friends and co-workers, and maybe even win a friendly wager or two! Well, that and this collection of more than two dozen incredible tricks that can be performed using everyday legal tender. Some of the tricks involve simple sleight of hand while others challenge both the audience’s knowledge and powers… See more details below

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Got a dollar? Then you’ve got all it takes to astound friends and co-workers, and maybe even win a friendly wager or two! Well, that and this collection of more than two dozen incredible tricks that can be performed using everyday legal tender. Some of the tricks involve simple sleight of hand while others challenge both the audience’s knowledge and powers of observation. Photographs and diagrams show the manipulations required to perform the “French Drop” and “French Switch,” the impressive “Double Dollars” effect, and the deliciously puzzling “Bill in Fruit” illusion. No prior experience with performing or magic is required—just a willingness to learn and a dollar bill. It’s the most fun you can have for a buck.

Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly
For older readers, interactive books teach crafts and hobbies. Shaped like a single dollar, the paper-over-board, spiral-bound Tricks with Dollar Bills by Robert Mandelberg offers "Another Way to Make Your Money Disappear," according to the subtitle. And indeed sleight-of-hand gestures such as the "French Switch" (which gives the appearance of tranforming a single into a five-dollar bill) will keep kids guessing, and a "Bill in Fruit" trick will have kids believing that money does grow on trees. Copyright 2007 Reed Business Information.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781402738562
Publisher:
Sterling
Publication date:
11/28/2006
Edition description:
SPIRAL
Pages:
80
Sales rank:
1,326,369
Product dimensions:
8.00(w) x 4.00(h) x (d)
Age Range:
8 Years

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